If you've been eyeing the Mifold Booster Seat for a while now, you probably know that it can be tough to find them on sale (or in stock at all). To try and help out a little bit, we put together a quick list of where to buy the Mifold Booster Seat in Canada!
Mifold Booster Seat Deals Canada
- Mifold Booster Seat @ Well.ca $79.99
- Mifold Booster Seat @ Mifold.ca $79.99
- Mifold Booster Seat @ West Coast Kids $79.99
- Mifold Booster Seat @ Canadian Tire $79.99
- Mifold Booster Seat @ eBay.ca $61.85 (+ $34.63 shipping)
If you aren't familiar with the Mifold Booster Seat (also called the Mifold Grab and Go Booster), you might be curious about how it works. While a regular booster seat lifts the child to be up in the position of an adult, the Mifold Booster does the exact opposite. Instead of lifting the child up, it holds the seatbelt down.
Both methods protect your child in the same way, but the Mifold is much less bulky and easier to switch between vehicles. It's particularly sweet that THREE Mifold seats can easily fit across the backseat of a car!
You can also get accessories like the Mifold Designer Carry Bag from Amazon.ca for $19.49.
Booster Seat FAQs
Where do I find the best booster seats in Canada?
In terms of ratings, these are some of the highest-rated backless booster seats in Canada:
- Harmony Youth Booster Seat $18.46
- Evenflo Amp No Back Booster $44.97
- Safety 1st Incognito Kid Positioner Seat $44.97
- Graco NoBack TurboBooster Baker Baby Car Seat $45.97
- Graco Affix Backless Youth Booster $44.97 (was $68)
- Clek Ozzi Booster Seat $79.99
Are there booster seat regulations in Canada?
You bet! You can review Canada's child seat regulations on the Transport Canada website.
When do I replace my car seat?
Child seats have expiry dates, so just make sure to replace your seat before it expires. You should also replace the car seat if the vehicle was recently in a collision; if the materials on the seat get ripped or damaged; and you should replace your car seat or booster seat if it was made before January 1, 2012.
Why do car seats expire?Good question. Car seats expire for a number of reasons; here are just a few:
- frequent use and exposure to sunlight can damage and weaken the plastic
- food, cleaners, and frequent spills on webbing, buckles, adjusters and other parts of the sear can prevent them from working properly
- safety regulations and standards are frequently updated to expiry dates anticipate these changes
- second and subsequent owners may not receive safety and recall notices from the manufacturer since they are not the initial owner
- For more details, check the Frequent Asked Questions section of the Transport Canada's website on Child Seat Regulations.